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Telluride Festival Primary Lineup Announced: New Cronenberg, Payne, Herzog Films Playing

The Telluride Film Festival [1], a presentation of the National Film Preserve which takes place beginning tomorrow, Friday Sept 2 and runs through Monday Sept 5, is an unusual beast as far as film festivals go. The core film lineup is not announced until the day before the festival begins, so attendees have to commit to the fest without knowing any of the movies that will definitely play.
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